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We love designer collaborations, especially when they involve two brands we know are dedicated to high quality and superior craftsmanship. This exciting partnership is between Bills Khakis, a brand that specializes in American-made sportswear, and Mulholland, the California based luxury leather brand – and the collection has our names written all over it.

Bills Khakis has partnered up with Mulholland to create a specialty travel collection, filled with fall essentials. Rugged waxed canvas is dipped in paraffin wax for added strength and water resistance. Quilted twill tops and zippers galore, not to mention plenty of storage. But what is it that gives this rugged collaboration an extra push? The bags are hand sewn – and that screams dedication. So lets get into the details.

Berkeley Duffel – Your new travel companion. This bag was built in San Francisco and will carry all of your items comfortably. The size is perfect; fitting everything you need, while still stowing perfectly into an overhead department. There are three outside zip pockets, one of which is deep enough to stash a pair of shoes. The rolled leather handles make hand carrying a breeze and each piece will develop a unique look due to the waxes in the canvas, which will develop handsome patina overtime.

Dopp Kit – Never underestimate the power of a good dopp kit. Razor (check), toothpaste, (check), swagger (double-check) – carry all of your grooming must haves in this quilted toiletry bag. The paraffin waxed coated canvas will deflect any moisture and you’ll keep you basic needs in check with a dapper dopp kit.

Officer’s Bag- If you can’t get enough Bills Khaki x Mulholland, then don’t limit yourself to their travel accessories – you can use this workbag everyday. The canvas material will evolve overtime, hold all of your stuff, withstand the elements, and the lightweight material will help prevent pinched nerves. Most importantly, you’ll look good. And that’s all that really matters after all.

All of these products are available at select specialty stores nationwide, and of course on

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